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January 19, 1970 | Joe Jares
Ralph Simpson is a gifted sophomore on an otherwise mediocre Michigan State team. He lives basketball and, scoring 30 points a game, he probably is the best rookie in the country today
October 19, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
SIMPSON AND THE ROCKETS
October 12, 1970
SOCIOLOGY AT SYRACUSESirs:We must commend Pat Putnam's objectiveness in his outline of the alleged racism on the Syracuse University football team (End of a Season at Syracuse, Sept. 28). However, the record speaks...
September 28, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
OWN PETARDIt had to happen. James Van Alen, the Newport millionaire whose tie-breaker scoring innovation brought a new dimension to the U.S. Open tennis championship at Forest Hills earlier this month, was playing...
April 10, 1972
BASKETBALL—NBA: The playoffs began with Milwaukee and Los Angeles leading their Western Conference semifinals as expected (page 28). In the East, Boston whacked Atlanta 126-108 as John Havlicek scored 32 points, the...